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Published on May 2, 2012
In Baseball, when a National League team plays it's first away game in Chicago, it is traditional for the rookie players to be sent out into the night with a paint can, a brush and a map to the corner of Belmont and Sheridan Road, about a mile east of Wrigley Field. There they paint their team colors on the testicles of Sheridan's famous stud, Winchester.